ⓘ Scheduled monuments in Cornwall

                                     

ⓘ Scheduled monuments in Cornwall

This is a list of scheduled monuments in Cornwall, United Kingdom. Monuments are listed by Historic England as part of the National Heritage List for England. For the scope of this list, the Isles of Sicily are included and the ceremonial county boundaries are used.

This list is incomplete, more monuments could be included in category:scheduled historic monuments in Cornwall.

                                     
  • in Cheshire 1066 1539 List of scheduled monuments in Cheshire since 1539 Scheduled monuments in Cornwall Scheduled monuments in Cumbria Scheduled monuments
  • River Ottery. It has been a scheduled monument since 26 November 1928. The fort is one of the largest earthworks in Cornwall It is an oval enclosure, area
  • building and scheduled monument by Historic England. Grade II listed buildings in Cornwall Category: Grade I listed buildings in Cornwall Listed Buildings
  • south - east of Menheniot, in Cornwall England, named after the hill on which it is situated. It has been a scheduled monument since 17 March 1977. It is
  • Penwith peninsula between Penberth Cove and Porthcurno in Cornwall England. It is a scheduled monument and is owned by the National Trust. It is the site
  • Madron Well and Madron Well Chapel is a scheduled Ancient Monument in the civil parish of Madron, Cornwall UK. Madron Well Chapel grid reference SW446328
  • about 1.5 miles 2.4 km south - west of Camelford, in Cornwall England. It has been a scheduled monument since 10 January 1972. Castle Goff is considered
  • National Monuments Retrieved 19 September 2012. Advanced Search on: St Agnes Cornwall FINDSPOT monument type English Heritage National Monuments Retrieved
  • Callington, in Cornwall England. It is owned by the National Trust, and has been a scheduled monument since 24 October 1950. The fort is sited in a commanding
  • Lakeman Official Music Video on YouTube Cornwall portal John Barnatt, Prehistoric Cornwall The Ceremonial Monuments Wellingborough: Turnstone Press Limited
  • tumulus are a scheduled monument located north of Widemouth Bay in Cornwall The two round barrows are Neolithic funerary monuments built sometime